Google Drive gets automatic offline sync in Chrome

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Google Drive users no longer have to worry about accessing their documents without an Internet connection–as long as they’re using Google’s Chrome browser.

Chrome now supports automatic offline syncing for Google Drive, allowing you to read and edit any document, spreadsheet or presentation even when the Internet is down. To use this feature, you must Drive’s Chrome Web App installed, and you must enable offline access in the dialog box that appears.

Chrome previously allowed offline editing for individual documents, but that meant you had to plan ahead and choose which files to sync. Now, the Drive app for Chrome syncs all files automatically.

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